Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.
Co-founder and Chair
Kim Polman is Co-Founder & Chair of Reboot the Future, whose purpose is to remind us that a better future is possible if we treat others and the planet as we’d wish to be treated. She co-authored a book on this very philosophy, Imaginal Cells, Visions of Transformation. The book embraces the Golden Rule as the starting point with which to collectively address the most pressing issues of our time. Her second book, a deeper dive into the Golden Rule, produced with Anthony Bennett is Values for a Life Economy. She is also Co-Founder and Board Member of the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust based in Kenya, dedicated to improving literacy for blind and visually impaired students in East Africa.In 2022 Kim received The William Howard Taft Medal for notable achievement from the University of Cincinnati.
Chief Executive Officer
Anthony brings broad experience in the cultural, environmental and educational sectors. He is particularly interested in exploring the Golden Rule across the following fields: exploring the social value of our arts and heritage; how true reciprocity can lead to a sustainable and just transition; and how schools and young people around the world will be the true engines for change.
Rebecca's background is in social enterprise, sustainability and international development. She has a track record of creating positive social and environmental impact across a wide range of organisations, from grassroots organisations in Africa to multinational business in the UK. Previous to Reboot the Future, Rebecca launched and grew the social enterprise of Hubbub Foundation as Managing Director. Rebecca is a Fellow of the On Purpose leadership programme.
Interim Operations Director
Experienced Finance and Operations Professional with hands-on and strategic approach Supportive manager focused on people, outcomes and impact.
Head of Programmes
Holly is a qualified secondary school teacher. After moving into the non-profit sector, she worked as Head of Education for a youth charity, where she created an education programme addressing issues from bullying to digital literacy and mental wellbeing, with partners including Simple skincare and Tumblr. Holly is passionate about mental wellbeing, the arts, and the power of story-telling.
Sandy has had a number of roles over her career, starting out as a qualified occupational therapist (including at The Institute of Psychiatry). Since then, she has worked as Innovations Manager for the charity Empathy Action, and has led ‘LeadMore’ for She Leads Change - an online community to support members to connect with each other and explore key themes related to leadership. Sandy’s north star is using her open heart and creativity to spark kindness.
Communications and Programmes Coordinator
Callum became fascinated with global politics and the environment whilst completing development work in Bangladesh. Since then, he has been heavily involved in environmental activism. He has co-founded an Extinction Rebellion branch, co-organised a 1,500-person climate march and worked with The Climate Coalition to deliver three national campaigns. He’s interested in finding the most compelling ways to describe global issues and how this can inspire others to action.
Dragana has managed and has had a significant hand in successfully promoting an international educational charity in advancement of health and well-being education. For a few decades now, Dragana has been working with an array of some amazing, influential public figures and it is through her work and her rich life experiences that she has come to understand that a true marker of our evolution is not in what we achieve and amass, but rather it is in the quality of everything that we do and all that we communicate which ultimately makes a true hallmark we each bring to humanity.